Workshop: What are archaeological practices and knowledge work

Friday, October 6, 2017 - 08:00

Open workshop organized by the COST action Archaeological practices and knowledge work in the digital environment (ARKWORK). No registration required.

October 6, 10:00-13:00 at University of Aveiro
Room: Auditório do DeCA – Departamento de Comunicação e Arte, Campus da Universidade de Aveiro


  • Cláudio Torres, Director, Archaeological Site of Mértola (keynote speaker): Title TBA
  • Coffee break
  • Prof. Isto Huvila, Uppsala University: “Archaeological practices, knowledge work and digitalisation
  • Prof. Jeremy Huggett, University of Glasgow: “Digital Archaeological Practices”
  • Closing of the workshop

More information at…d-knowledge-work/

PDF icon IstoHuvilaARKWORK-Aveiro-Handout.pdf452.26 KB

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